Pulp Appeal: Storyhack #3

Posted: August 5, 2019 in Uncategorized

Broadswords and Blasters

Design wise, Storyhack continues to set a high bar. Full illustrations grace every story, with additional small cartoons interspersed within the stories. The full-sized layout of the magazine is a good choice, as is the double columns, leaving room for the designer to call out specific passages. I’m perfectly willing to admit that I wish the crime-based stories had a bit more edge to them, but then I’ve been spoiled by the likes of SWITCHBLADE and PULP MODERN. There is definitely more than enough here for a reader to sink their teeth into, and yeah, you might get a bit of pulp stuck between your teeth.

Claws of the Puma by Paul R. McNamee – A jungle
adventure where an American journalist is investigating the struggle of local
rubber famers against ruthless loggers in Brazil. The wild card in this case is
the Puma, local wilderness hero. The Puma…

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